The Big piano (The Walking Piano) is a synthesizer, invented in 1976 by Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, kinetic artist and inventor Remo Saraceni. Merging dance, music, and play, it is played by the user's feet tapping the keys to make music. Versions of the piano have been installed in museums, children's hospitals, and other public places around the world.
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- McFarland, Kevin (October 14, 2013). "Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock recreated the walking piano scene from Big on a British late-night show". A.V. Club. Retrieved October 17, 2013.
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